Sydney came to a standstill on Monday for one of the most famous stars, Tom Cruise. The Hollywood actor walked the black carpet for the premiere of his mega-budget film, “The Mummy.”

Tom Cruise is set to bring his horror movie to Australia, alongside Russell Crowe. While walking the black carpet, Tom and Russell stopped for photographers and signed autographs for fans outside the State Theater. He is proud to be a part of such a fantastic film, and will actively participate in international promotions.

Tom Cruise to promote ‘The Mummy.'

Tom Cruise said in a statement to Daily Mail that he loves monster movies and always wanted to play the lead in such a film.

Fortunately, the director of “The Mummy” contacted him and offered a role. After reading the script and knowing about the cast members, Cruise accepted the film offer in no time.

Now the actor wants Americans and Australians to watch the movie, which is why he is in Sydney for international promotions. The film is scarier, darker, and full of visual effects. Tom Cruise plays a brave warrior, Nick Morton, who fights against a female monster and her team of demons.

The audiences will deal with a classic theme of darkness and light – everything is presented in an enormously entertaining way.

All cast members feature in a TV spot

We found all cast members of “The Mummy” in a recently released TV spot.

The film features Tom Cruise as Morton, Jake Johnson as Vail, Sofia Boutella as The Mummy, Marwan Kenzari as Prodigium, Annabelle Wallis as Jenny, Selva Rasalingam as Menehptre, Courtney B. Vance as Colonel, Javier Botet as Set, Russell Crowe as Jekyll, Chasty Ballesteros as Kira, Dylan Smith as Lorenzo, Alaa Salf as Slave, and Rez Kempton as Foreman.

The Mummy” is written by Jon Spaihts and directed by Alex Kurtzman. It is a reboot of the “The Mummy” film franchise and the first installment in Universal Monsters’ shared universe. The movie will be released on June 9, 2017, by Universal Studios.

Tom Cruise was in talks about playing the leading character since November 2015, while by Sofia Boutella was recruited to play a monster in December 2015. Kurtzman told Mashable that he chose Sofia for a major role after seeing her performance in “Kingsman: The Secret Service.”

The director was quite impressed with Boutella’s work and wanted to get her signed as early as possible.

Both Tom Cruise and Sofia Boutella are forefronts in the international promotions of “The Mummy,” and we wish them good luck for this project.

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